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Family Reunion (Visa D - long stay more than 90 days)

 

HUSBAND/WIFE/CHILD – REUNION WITH A CITIZEN FROM ANOTHER COUNTRY THAN AN EU OR EEE MEMBER STATE

Information on the GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation. Information to be provided to applicants concerning the processing of personal data in the Visa Information System (VIS) provided upon short stay visa applications

Privacy statement. Processing of personal data in the context of a visa application

Documents to be submitted by each applicant:

Visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click) after filling in the application form on https://visaonweb.diplomatie.be

1. A passport valid for more than 15 months.

2. One application form duly completed in French, Dutch, German or English, personally signed and dated.

3. Two recent passport-size colour photos.

4. If the applicant is over 6 years old, proof of the payment of the visa fee of 234.000 KRW.

Bank: KEB Hana Bank
Account number: 174-890002-35301
Beneficiary: Embassy of Belgium
Details of payment: name of applicant (written as on passport)

We kindly request you to make the payment in the same month of your application, to avoid delays.

5. If the applicant is over 18 years old, proof of the payment of the processing fee of 204 €.

IBAN: BE57 6792 0060 9235 
BIC: PCHQBEBB 
Bank: BPOST NV, Muntcentrum (without nr.), 1000 Brussels 
Beneficiary: FPS Home Affairs, Service for Foreigners, Antwerpsesteenweg 59B, 1000 Brussels 

It is important that the mention on the payment is clearly structured as follows (the date being the date of birth of the applicant): LastName_FirstName_Nationality_DD.MM.YYYY_Article10bisLaw15.12.1980.

We kindly request you to make the payment in the same month of your application, to avoid delays.

6. Family relations certificate (가족관계증명서). It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

7. Basic document (기본증명서). Together with the Family relation certificate, this is the equivalent of a birth certificate. It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

8. In case of spouses: Marriage certificate (혼인관계증명서). It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

9. Copy of the Belgian identification card (recto/verso) and of the passport of the person to be joined in Belgium.

10. Proof of the solvency (stable, regular and sufficient financial means) of the person to be joined in Belgium (e.g. working contract mentioning the exact net salary, salary slips,…).

11. Proof of sufficient lodging in Belgium (e.g. registered lease agreement).

12. Proof that all family members are or will be covered by health insurance in Belgium or have subscribed to medical travel insurance. For the medical travel insurance, the coverage should be for medical expenses, repatriation and the expenses resulting of death, and has to be at least 30.000 euro for each of those risks.

13. Medical certificate. Every visa applicant should have the Embassy form completed, signed and sealed by a doctor. The certificate cannot be older than 6 months. You can go to the visa section of one of the following hospitals:

  • Severance Hospital Seoul : International Health Care Center, Visa Physical Section TEL) 02 2228-5815  (Dr. YOO Bora, Dr. PARK Chanshin, Dr. LINTON John, Dr. KIM Kyuyeon or Dr. KIM Sue) Directions and more information can be found here
  • Yeouido St. Mary’s Hospital Seoul : TEL) 02-3779-1406  (Dr. KIM Minhee) Directions and more information can be found here
  • Inje University Haeundae Paik Hospital Busan : TEL) 051-797-0372 (Dr. KIM Daehwan, Dr. SUNWOO Yueun, Dr. RYU Jiyoung) Directions and more information can be found here

In case you choose another doctor, that is possible. However, in that case, the medical certificate needs to be legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr). In case the Apostil Service asks for a notarisation of the certificate prior to apostil, only the notarisation based on the signature will be accepted by the Embassy. The certificate cannot be older than 6 months.

14. If the person is over 18 years old, a non-criminal record certificate, issued in English by a police office in Korea or any competent authority from the country of provenance. The certificate should be legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr) and cannot be older than 6 months. 

15. For a minor child, an authorization for absolute departure from one or both parents is necessary.

 

!!! ATTENTION !!!

  • All documents shall be submitted with two copies (recto-verso).
  • Visa applications have to be submitted in person at the Embassy and visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click)
  • The Visa Section reserves itself the right to request any additional documents.
  • Persons submitting false documents to the Embassy will bear the responsibility according to current legislation.
  • For any additional information, please refer to the website of the Immigration Office. Should you have any remaining questions, please send them by e-mail to consular.seoul@diplobel.fed.be. The Embassy does not answer visa related questions by telephone.

 

HUSBAND/WIFE/CHILD – REUNION WITH A CITIZEN FROM BELGIUM

Documents to be submitted by each applicant:

Visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click) after filling in the application form on https://visaonweb.diplomatie.be

1. A passport valid for more than 15 months.

2. One application form duly completed in French, Dutch, German or English, personally signed and dated.

3. Two recent passport-size colour photos.

4. If the applicant is over 18 years old, proof of the payment of the processing fee of 204 €

IBAN: BE57 6792 0060 9235 
BIC: PCHQBEBB 
Bank: BPOST NV, Muntcentrum (without nr.), 1000 Brussels 
Beneficiary: FPS Home Affairs, Service for Foreigners, Antwerpsesteenweg 59B, 1000 Brussels

It is important that the mention on the payment is clearly structured as follows (the date being the date of birth of the applicant): LastName_FirstName_Nationality_DD.MM.YYYY_Article40terLaw15.12.1980.

We kindly request you to make the payment in the same month of your application, to avoid delays.

5. Family relations certificate (가족관계증명서). It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

6. Basic document (기본증명서). Together with the Family relation certificate, this is the equivalent of a birth certificate. It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

7. In case of spouses: Marriage certificate (혼인관계증명서). It should be translated into one of the national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarised and legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

8. Copy of the Belgian identification card (recto/verso) and of the passport of the person to be joined in Belgium.

9. Proof of the solvency (stable, regular and sufficient financial means) of the person to be joined in Belgium (e.g. working contract mentioning the exact net salary, salary slips, …).

10. Proof of sufficient lodging in Belgium (e.g. registered lease agreement).

11. Proof that all family members are or will be covered by health insurance in Belgium or have subscribed to medical travel insurance. For the medical travel insurance, the coverage should be for medical expenses, repatriation and the expenses resulting of death, and has to be at least 30.000 euro for each of those risks.

12. For a minor child, an authorization for absolute departure from one or both parents is necessary.

 

!!! ATTENTION !!!

  • All documents shall be submitted with two copies (recto-verso).
  • Visa applications have to be submitted in person at the Embassy and visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click)
  • The Visa Section reserves itself the right to request any additional documents.
  • Persons submitting false documents to the Embassy will bear the responsibility according to current legislation.
  • For any additional information, please refer to the website of the Immigration Office. Should you have any remaining questions, please send them by e-mail to consular.seoul@diplobel.fed.be. The Embassy does not answer visa related questions by telephone.

 

HUSBAND/WIFE/CHILD – REUNION WITH A CITIZEN FROM A EU OR EEE MEMBER STATE

Documents to be submitted by each applicant:

Visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click) after filling in the application form on https://visaonweb.diplomatie.be

1. A passport valid for more than 15 months.

2. One application form duly completed in French, Dutch, German or English, personally signed and dated.

3. Two recent passport-size colour photos.

4. Family relations certificate (가족관계증명서). It should be translated into one of national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarized and legalized by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

5. Basic document (기본증명서). Together with the Family relation certificate, this is the equivalent of a birth certificate. It should be translated into one of national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarized and legalized by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

6. In case of spouses: Marriage certificate (혼인관계증명서). It should be translated into one of national languages of Belgium (French, Dutch or German) or English, notarized and legalized by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr).

7. If the person is over 18 years old, a non-criminal record certificate, issued in English by a police office in Korea or any competent authority from the country of provenance. The certificate should be legalised by apostil through the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.0404.go.kr) and cannot be older than 6 months. 

8. Copy of the Belgian identification card (recto/verso) and of the passport of the person to be joined in Belgium.

9. For a minor child, an authorization for absolute departure from one or both parents is necessary.

 

!!! ATTENTION !!!

  • All documents shall be submitted with two copies (recto-verso).
  • Visa applications have to be submitted in person at the Embassy and visa applicants must schedule an appointment online (click)
  • The Visa Section reserves itself the right to request any additional documents.
  • Persons submitting false documents to the Embassy will bear the responsibility according to current legislation.
  • For any additional information, please refer to the website of the Immigration Office. Should you have any remaining questions, please send them by e-mail to consular.seoul@diplobel.fed.be. The Embassy does not answer visa related questions by telephone.